30 Apple Recipes to Make this Fall

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Apple picking season is in full swing in Columbus right now. So you went on a memory-making fun outing with the family, coming home with bags of crisp apples. You and the kids can only eat so many raw apples though, and now you’re looking for other ways to enjoy your bounty… From breakfasts, to snacks, to cocktails I’ve got you covered with all of my favorite apple recipes bringing new life to this beloved fall fruit. Perhaps you’ll enjoy one of these so much it will become a new family tradition!

Apple Recipes

Breakfasts
1. Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal
2. Applesauce Muffins (use the applesauce recipe under snacks below to make your own applesauce)
3. Apple Pie Breakfast Cookies
4. Apple Pie Granola
5. Honey Apple Ricotta Toast
6. Apple Baked French Toast

Snacks
7. Homemade Apple Sauce
8. Baked Apple Chips
9. Apple Slice “Cookies”
10. Yogurt Peanut Butter Apple Dip

Main Dishes
11. Sausage Apple Hash
12. Sheet Pan Chicken with Apples
13. Roast Pork Loin with Apples
14. Chicken Salad with Apples (serve as sandwiches or on top of greens)

Side Dishes
15. Fall Harvest Salad
16. Butternut Squash and Apple Soup
17. Herb and Apple Stuffing
18. Braised Cabbage with Onion and Apple

Desserts
19. Apple Cake
20. Apple Crisp
21. Baked Apples
22. Apple Dumplings
23. Apple Tart
24. Apple Pie
25. Apple Pie Bars

Beverages
26. Kale Apple Smoothie
27. Apple Sangria
28. Homemade Apple Cider
Once you’ve made a batch of the homemade apple cider listed above you’re ready to make one of the cocktails below. Or you can always buy bottled apple cider if making your own isn’t your thing.
29. Apple Cider Moscow Mule
30. Apple Cider Old Fashioned

Click here to read our post covering U-Pick Apple Orchards in Central Ohio.

What are your favorite apple recipes?

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Shannon recently moved to Columbus with her husband, Jeremy, and three sons, Noah, Eli and Zeke. She left a career in Human Resources to take on her dream of being a stay-at-home mom. During this time, she and her husband founded a non-profit called Bastion Resources with the purpose of inspiring others to live a life of intimacy with God. Shannon is passionate about creating community and engaging in meaningful conversation around the dinner table. Recently, she created The Intentional Daily Journal to help people live with more purpose and clarity, which is available for purchase on Amazon. In her free time, Shannon enjoys all types of fitness, trying new restaurants, reading books, coffee dates with friends and hanging at the park with her family. Shannon is constantly creating new healthy recipes and sharing them on her blog shannonmangerchine.com.

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